I will meditate in thy precepts
In his own mind; revolve them in his thoughts; consider well the nature, excellency, usefulness, and importance of them, and the obligations he lay under to observe them. The Targum is,
``I will speak of thy precepts;''in conversation to others, and recommend them to them; so the Arabic version:
and have respect unto thy ways;
or "look" F19 unto them; take heed unto them, and walk in them, and not wander from them; make them the rule of walk and conversation; as travellers look well to their ways, that they do not miss them, and go into wrong ways; they observe the directions that have been given them, and keep unto them; and so good men refer to the ways of the Lord, which the Scriptures point out unto them; see ( Jeremiah 6:16 ) .
F19 (hjybaw) "et aspiciam", Pagninus, Montanus; "et intueor", Tigurine version, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator.